The position is new to Weil-McLain and was created to accelerate integration and execution of sales, channel-management, and product-development strategies.
Weil-McLain, designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems for residential, commercial, and institutional buildings, recently named Stefan Brosick vice president and general manager, based at the company’s Burr Ridge, Ill., location.
The general-manager position is new to Weil-McLain and was created to accelerate integration and execution of the company’s sales, channel-management, and product-development strategies to fuel future growth.
“Stefan’s experience in leading teams through change, demonstrated strategy-implementation skills, and strong focus on the evolving needs of our customers will be invaluable as we accelerate our investment and growth in the high-efficiency residential and commercial markets,” John Swann, president of Weil-McLain, said.
Brosick joins Weil-McLain with significant leadership experience at companies such as Doosan Infracore and Ingersoll Rand. Most recently, he was the vice president of sales and marketing for the Americas and Europe for Sullair, based in Illinois.
Brosick has bachelor’s degrees with concentrations in history and biology from Bellarmine University. He also has an international master-of-business-administration degree from the University of South Carolina.